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>save the ics file to your desktop or downloads folder.
>click on the events and tasks menu
>click on import
>make sure iCalendar is the file type
>browse to the folder in which you saved the .ics file
>double click on the appropriate file and that should add it to your calendar
This doesn't work with Thunderbird 3.0.5 and Lightning. When the ICS file is imported. When I do those steps, the event is imported, but placed on the incorrect calendar, it's not possible right now to designate the destination calendar. I'm surprised at how limited Thunderbird and lightning is in dealing with with ICS files...
I hope this helps...
Is there a way to import a .ics calendar attachment directly into the calendar simply by clicking on the email attachment? Other evil programs that should not be mentioned (cough-Outlook-cough) allow this without having to save the .ics file somewhere and specially import it. As I mentioned above, Lightning also seems to choke when you try to import a .ics file that cancels an existing meeting. Any help appreciated. Thanks.
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see the change log
The below ics file has only one event. I need multiple events. So what change will need to do in the below ics format to have multiple events?
PRODID:-//Mozilla.org/NONSGML Mozilla Calendar V1.1//EN
SUMMARY:Test - repeat until